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Saving lives: There's an app for that

CS Field Session Students

For their field session project, three CS majors (Derek Schissler, Matthew Jordan, and  John Aspinwall, who is double majoring in EE) created an iPad app for the Golden Fire Department.  The app replaces a massive binder containing detailed maps of the city, and enables firefighters to quickly locate the address of an emergency as well as its proximity to fire hydrants. The project was provided to Mines by Double Encore, a local software company.

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